Bible Software, the Mac way!
So easy to navigate, you don’t need to be a scholar to use it. It’s the Bible reader for the rest of us. The beautiful, elegant user interface allows you to dive into the Sacred Scriptures without all the clutter of Websites.
From the Divine Office Catholic Ministry, developers of the About.com “2011 Best iPhone, iPod and iPad Catholic Apps,” this beautifully crafted, simple to use Bible App is the perfect companion for daily inspiration and spiritual nourishment. Use it to keyword search and compare specific verses from 20 editions in 6 languages.
The Bible App now includes the
New American Bible, Revised Edition.
The official Catholic Bible approved by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.
This update also includes several navigation improvements for an even more immediate experience, and allows to select a single word and look it up in the Dictionary or on Google.
“The Bible App represents our continued effort to enable our devoted community of Catholics and Christians around the world immediate access to the sacred scriptures. It is the perfect complement to the Divine Office Catholic Ministry’s suite of prayer apps for Mac computers and mobile devices,” Dane Falkner of Divine Office commented.
Mac Bible Reader Features
Access twenty English, Latin and Greek versions form your Mac desktop
The Bible App features scriptures in English, German, Italian, French, Spanish and Croatian. Users can access over twenty English, Latin and Greek versions of the Bible, including these Catholic editions:
- New American Bible, Revised Edition (NAB-RE) – The official USCCB bible in its latest 2011 revision.
- Douay-Rheims Bible (DRB) – includes the full set of 73 books from the Catholic Canon, plus apocrypha.
- Biblia Sacra Vulgata (Latin Vulgate).
And more translations including: American Standard Version (ASV), American King James Version (AKJV), Darby Bible (DBY), King James Version (KJV), World English Bible (WEB), Young’s Literal Translation (YLT), (Greek) New Testament 1550, (Greek) New Testament 1894.
Read passages in five other languages:
German—Luther 1545 (Letzte Hand), Elberfelder 1871, Italian—Giovanni Diodati 1649, Riveduta 1927, La Bibbia CEI 74, French—Martin 1744, Bovet Bonnet 1900, Traduction del Louis Segond 1910, Spanish—Reina-Valera 1569, Croatian.
Compare multiple translations of the Bible by using the contextual menu and selecting “Open same passage in another bible,” or immerse yourself completely in the Word of God using the Fullscreen mode.
Use the internal search engine to look inside all the versions. Drill down to bibles in a specific language or a particular selection language or a particular selection of your choice. You can search for keywords, an exact phrase or a passage using a standard notation (such as John 1:1-18).
Highlight verses and access all selections from a convenient, dedicated screen where all your selections are organized by bible version and date.